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Flytech Dragonfly half price £17.49

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9y, 1d agoFound 9 years, 1 day ago
Dragonfly is a radio-controlled flying robot with a unique flying action.

With ultra light body and 'high-flex' crash resistant structure you can fly Dragonfly indoors and out.

Rechargeable and easy to fly, flutter, soar and dive.

Requires 6 x AA batteries (not included).

For ages 8 years and over.
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#1
Excellent price.. beats Play.com's DOTD £19.99 :)
#2
Excellent find - if they have stock..... good old Argos.

Just reserved one at the Southampton West Quay.
#3
they have stock in chatham and strood if that helps anyone
#4
reserved mine, many thanks :-)
banned#5
****!
#6
Can anyone compare these to the Picoo Z's please, if they are good then they wil be brilliant. Doesnt asctually look like it'll get off the ground at all to me. I'm sure it will though.:santa:
#7
reserved mine thanks
#8
Cheers, another prezzy found
#9
Gutted........... my son wants this, I bought it from Amazon for £32.95 a few weeks ago!
#10
thank you
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Andysan
Can anyone compare these to the Picoo Z's please, if they are good then they wil be brilliant. Doesnt asctually look like it'll get off the ground at all to me. I'm sure it will though.:santa:


I believe they are harder to fly than the picooz, but once you have mastered it, i think they just as good... NOT for outdoors though unless there is no wind atall

it does have bad reviews on amazon though!
#12
I was looking for this one and this is an excellent price - reserved mine in Mold:santa: :santa: :santa: :santa:
#13
reserved one too thanks, had fun flying one of these around the office all last summer :)
#14
diddi.ash
I believe they are harder to fly than the picooz, but once you have mastered it, i think they just as good... NOT for outdoors though unless there is no wind atall

it does have bad reviews on amazon though!


Thanks diddi.ash, repped!:gift:
#15
got one too ,son didnt ask for it hope he likes it
#16
Good spot. Reserved mine. Voted Hot. Thanks.
#17
just ordered 4 for my nephews all around the age 8+ range.

great find.
#18
Amazing deal, Even tho I did get one from play for £25, bit gutted, but you cant win em all! voted HOT!
#19
Charging it up now for a test flight. No extra propeller in mine but extra wings and the ribbon. Cellotype everywhere to take it out of the box lol
#20
I only ordered this on the 5th from mankind for a lot more!! £31. Anyhow saw this deal in the paper so I have called mankind and canceled the order and reserved 2 from argos!! it almost 2 for 1 anyhow!
#21
are these as good as the mosquitos ? thx
#22
Thanks, hope my son likes it, heat and repped
#23
They may be half price but having reserved one I left it as they are made of polystyrene and cheap looking.
I anticipate they may break easy so i'd rather pay extra on a plane.
If your not bothered how long this gift lasts then its ok.
#24
Thanks Reserved 2 Great for Christmas Prezzies
#25
flufff
They may be half price but having reserved one I left it as they are made of polystyrene and cheap looking.
I anticipate they may break easy so i'd rather pay extra on a plane.
If your not bothered how long this gift lasts then its ok.


That is a good point about he build quality but I think they are made of polystyrene mainly because of their weight. They don't appear to travel all that fast from the videos I have seen on youtube so I would expect it to be quite difficult to destroy one just from flying it normally. I could be wrong though!:p

:gift:
#26
Reserved and collected mine, thanks!

Regarding build I have a quite expensive (£100+ radio gear) plane made from Polystyrene and when it crashes glue and tape fix it up nicely so I guess this will repair the same?
#27
My elder son got one of these for his birthday last week. So far it seems to be quite able to take the knocks of craching into furniture etc. Thanks to this thread, I have just collected one for the younger son to get for Christmas.
#28
talksr
That is a good point about he build quality but I think they are made of polystyrene mainly because of their weight. They don't appear to travel all that fast from the videos I have seen on youtube so I would expect it to be quite difficult to destroy one just from flying it normally. I could be wrong though!:p

:gift:


Ditto. After flying into many walls - I know its built well. Great for the money. Muwhahahaaaa indoor flying it says on the packet HOW BIGS YOUR HOME mister maker of the dragon fly! Mmmmmmm pretty big probably lol, outdoors no wind, great gift :-) Very happy here :-)
#29
Total load of rubbish, got 2 flights out of it and it died. Won't recharge when it's placed connected back on the handset. Have tried 3 sets of new batteries and left it charging for an hour each time and it's eyes keep blinking as if to signal there's no power going in to it. It was a Xmas present and have thrown the packaging away now else I'd try returning it to Argos.

Very disappointed :(

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